Polar Bear Plunge on the "Quiet Side"
In Wisconsin, United States
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It is a little known fact that Door County is inhabited by Polar Bears. These strange northern creatures venture out of the security of their dens-and living rooms-for one glorious day every year.
To spot them, head to Jacksonport beach and find this micro cache in an Altoids box with an Official Geocache sticker on it. Be descreet when finding this cache especially if you are at the event. Please replace in the exact location and take only one of the tattoos stickers to wear at the event or anywhere else. Stay within the park boundaries and respect the private property signs.When you find this cache, log it and email the answers to the following questions as a bonus. 1. What is the official title of the event? 2. What is the name of the park? 3. Who is the founder that has been involved in the event since 1986? 4. On what special day does this event occur? Don't feel you have to answer these questions to get credit for the find, but enjoy the spirit of this micro cache.
VIST THE OTHER "QUIET SIDE" CACHES:
* Erskin Cellar on the "Quiet Side"
* Merdian Park on the "Quiet Side"
* Lyle-harter-Matter on the "Quiet Side"
* Riebolts Creek on the "Quiet Side"
* Baileys Harbor Ridges on the "Quiet Side"
* Logan Creek 1-2-3 on the "Quiet Side"
Last Updated: on 12/27/2013 2:44:21 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:44 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum